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List all AD Users with Exchnage message OutgoingLimit greater then 5120KB

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Hello,

We have a Exchange server named VLEX01. We have also more then 500 users in the Active Directory.
I have try to create a VBScript to list all users (for example in Excel) where the message OutgoingLimit is greater then 5120KB and the IngoingLimit is greater then 5120 (see Delivery Restricions in Exchange).  But I don't know how to do that.

Can someone help me please.

Thanks,
Lex.
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